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Welcome to Love This B!tch! The podcast that helps you break past perfectionism and grow to love the truest version of yourself. On this podcast, you will learn how to truly work through negative mindsets and learn to embrace yourself instead of working through a long shoulds list! Tune in every week to learn how to love the woman you are now!

Manage Anxiety with Confidence: Love This B!tch Lisa Oglesbee

    • Education
    • 4.7 • 15 Ratings

Welcome to Love This B!tch! The podcast that helps you break past perfectionism and grow to love the truest version of yourself. On this podcast, you will learn how to truly work through negative mindsets and learn to embrace yourself instead of working through a long shoulds list! Tune in every week to learn how to love the woman you are now!

    A Simple Tool to Alleviate Annoyance

    A Simple Tool to Alleviate Annoyance

    It’s normal for all of us, in our day-to-day lives, to experience a moment of annoyance. It could be for a number of reasons - be it an inconvenience you’ve faced, an encounter with someone that didn’t feel right, or maybe even the thoughts in your head.

     

    In Lisa’s case, her struggle with anxiety and ADHD can sometimes manifest in irritability. Whether you find yourself feeling aggravated, angry, or quick-tempered, this episode is for you as Lisa shares a quick and simple tool to help you alleviate annoyances.

    The small exercise that she shares in this short and sweet episode is a great way to mitigate the annoyances that you might be feeling so that they don’t fester and linger on throughout your day.

     


    Connect with Lisa:

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    • 18 min
    Quick Tips for Mastering Daily Habits

    Quick Tips for Mastering Daily Habits

    Have you ever thought to yourself: “Why am I so lazy?” “Why can’t I stick to my routine?” “Why can’t I get started with this habit?” This is a common dilemma.

    In this episode, Lisa is sharing some quick tips for mastering your daily habits. Inspired by the book “Atomic Habits” by James Clear, Lisa shares the most poignant piece of advice she gained from the book. She talks about the importance of showing up for yourself and turning that into practice.

    At the end of the day, habits are daily practices of our life. If you struggle with developing and mastering your daily habits, this episode is for you. Tune in as Lisa shares her quick tips, takeaways, and real-life examples of how she’s able to develop healthy habits.


    Connect with Lisa:

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    Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa
    Join the Anxiety Support Facebook Group
    Follow Lisa on Instagram


     

    • 21 min
    Real Life Application of Coaching Tools

    Real Life Application of Coaching Tools

    In case you missed it, Lisa sat down with Coach Mark Christopher Neff in last week’s episode. During their conversation, the quote “don’t expect yourself in other people” that Mark mentioned really stuck out and resonated with Lisa.


     


    So in today’s episode, Lisa is getting vulnerable as she shares real-life examples of how she practices the coaching tools and techniques she teaches. She discusses the process of acceptance and recognition of other people’s differences and how you can honor that while avoiding tension. She shares examples from her real-life application of these coaching tools and techniques in instances with her family. But more importantly, she shows by example that practicing these tools and techniques is not about perfection, but consistent progress.


     


    This episode is a great reminder that you aren’t alone in your journey, no matter how tough it might feel right now.

    Connect with Lisa:

    Visit the Website 
    Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa
    Join the Anxiety Support Facebook Group
    Follow Lisa on Instagram


     

    • 30 min
    Honoring and Having Compassion for Your Journey with Mark Christopher Neff

    Honoring and Having Compassion for Your Journey with Mark Christopher Neff

    Today’s episode is a special treat since Lisa is interviewing her very first guest on Love This B!tch. Mark Christopher Neff is a life coach and author of the book “Diving Into Darkness to Find Light”.

     

    In this conversation, Mark shares his journey through life, including the obstacles he’s faced in regard to his sexual identity, addiction, cancer, grief, career burnout, and mental health. Lisa and Mark discuss the lifelong practice of meditation and self-betterment, taking power back and making a change in your life, and why being more open and vulnerable allows you more freedom to be yourself.

     

    If you’re looking for inspiration to truly honor your journey while building a healthy relationship with yourself, this episode is for you. Tune in to hear Mark’s incredible story and learn how to honor and have more compassion for the path you’re on.

    Connect with Lisa:

    Visit the Website 
    Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa
    Join the Anxiety Support Facebook Group
    Follow Lisa on Instagram

    Connect with Mark:

    Find Your Light Now Facebook Group  
    Diving Into Darkness to Find Light: Poetry and Vignettes on Life's Journey to Authenticity

    • 45 min
    Why Big Results Often Stem From Simple Changes

    Why Big Results Often Stem From Simple Changes

    Have you ever had a feeling that didn’t sit right, or you knew wasn’t serving you? What were the thoughts around this feeling? The thoughts that you choose to accept can affect your emotions and feelings around things in your life that may seem surface level but are actually causing a lot of friction and slowing you down from where you’re trying to go.

     

    In this week’s episode, I talk about the simple mindset shifts you can take to build confidence, achieve those big results, and enjoy life. I’m expanding on how to use your feelings as a barometer for what’s going on inside, the importance of understanding how our thoughts create feelings (plus how we can change them), and why negative emotions aren’t bad, as long as you know how to recognize them as signs of what’s actually going on.

    Connect with Lisa:

    Visit the Website 
    Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa
    Join the Anxiety Support Facebook Group
    Follow Lisa on Instagram

     

    • 24 min
    Why Supporting Yourself On Your Journey Is Invaluable

    Why Supporting Yourself On Your Journey Is Invaluable

    If you want to be the creator of a joyful life, you need support. Yes, having external support from family and friends is beneficial, but having internal support from yourself is invaluable. Being aware of your mindset and having the ability to interact with your thoughts with patience and self-compassion is the key component to supporting yourself on your journey.

     

    In this week’s episode, I talk about the importance of having an internal support system, why you need to understand what your core beliefs and thoughts are so you can change them, and how to do the mindset work that gives you the confidence and support you need in your journey through life.

    Connect with Lisa:

    Visit the Website 
    Schedule a Connection Call with Lisa
    Join the Anxiety Support Facebook Group
    Follow Lisa on Instagram

     

     

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Anonymous2015928 ,

Great Insight

Wonderful insights into how a person can take their critical mind and redirect it from putting the self down to uplifting yourself in your own heart.

Wookatwc ,

Great podcast for anybody who wants to do a little self-reflection!

I am really enjoying listening to this podcast. I have anxious tendencies and Lisa is so great at "demystifying" how we end up in these negative mindsets as well as how we can pull ourselves out of them. She is authentic, intimate, and truly cares about putting this info out there to help women better themselves. I would highly recommend listening to Lisa's podcast if you're ever in the mood for a bit of self-reflection, or if you simply want a boost of positivity in your life.

Bre1976 ,

So relatable!

I love how Lisa is so transparent. I could almost swear I was looking in the mirror. As a recovering “Perfectionist,” I know the struggle! Thank you, Lisa, for being beautifully authentic!

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